- Siya Kolisi's son, Nicholas, celebrated his birthday this week and the family spent the day together
- The Springbok captain posted a sweet video of himself dancing with his wife, Rachel, at their son's birthday party
- The video gathered over 37 000 likes online and Saffas dubbed Kolisi and his missus couple goals
Siya Kolisi and his wife, Rachel, once again showed why they are one of Mzansi's favourite couples. This week, the Springboks captain and Rachel's son, Nicholas, turned six years old and the couple celebrated the special day with their family.
Kolisi took to his Instagram account to post a sweet video of himself and Rachel dancing during the night out.
In the clip, Kolisi and Rachel can be seen showing off their moves as they slow danced.
He captioned the post:
"Nic’s party was so lit! Mama @rachel_kolisi and Dada got it going on, guys please help us! Ayikho le kutricky."
Take a look at the video below:
The video quickly gathered thousands of likes and Saffas were in awe of the stunning couple and their beautiful relationship.
"Goofy ass couple. Love you guys."
"Love you guys."
Both parents also took to their respective Instagram accounts to wish their son a happy birthday.
Rachel shared several photos and captioned it:
"I don’t know what I ever did right to deserve him. The sunshine in the rain. He holds my heart. Happy Birthday sweet boy. To another year of victories."
Kolisi also shared photos and wrote:
"My first-born, happy birthday Siyamthanda, may God bless you and guide you in all you do. I pray I set a good example for you so you can be a great human being."
In other news, Briefly.co.za earlier reported Busisiwa has revealed that she has a big crush on a fellow Mzansi musician. The Banomoya hitmaker shared that she is sbwl'ing Kabza De Small.
Busisiwa took to Twitter to comment on a video of Maphorisa and Kabza De Small dancing to a song. In the footage, Kabza is in the passenger seat drinking milk.
Without missing a beat, Busiswa commented:
"Crush yam izithe minciza ngoBisi pha kwi passenger seat, aka yaz ba nam ndine dairy. (My crush is drinking his milk seated in the passenger's seat, little does he know that I also have dairy.)"
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